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Sep 27, 2017
Press Releases

Princeton professors Edward Felten and Alan Krueger will serve on a new task force aimed at transforming America’s labor market to a 21st century, skills-driven model.

Oct 10, 2016
Feature Stories

Affordable child care and flexible work schedules have all been topics of debates in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.

Oct 6, 2016
Press Releases

A new online course focused on poverty and inequality in the United States will launch Oct. 11 and run until Dec. 15, 2016.

Sep 14, 2015
Feature Stories

While technological progress favoring skilled workers is one of the main drivers behind inequality in America, the chasm between the rich and poor also grows naturally as an economy develops, according to a study led by Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International...

Jan 9, 2015
WWS Reacts

On Thursday, Jan. 8, President Barack Obama unveiled America's College Promise, a proposal that would use government funds to make community college free for millions of American students.

Dec 9, 2014
WWS Reacts

The recent jobs report – which boasts 321,000 new jobs added in November – is certainly good news. But, as with many monthly reports driven by data, the results are a bit more nuanced.

Nov 7, 2014
WWS in the News

Professor and Director of WWS' Princeton Survey Research Center (SRC) Alan Krueger on Bloomberg TV. 

Nov 7, 2014
WWS in the News

Professor and Director of WWS' Princeton Survey Research Center (SRC) Alan Krueger on Bloomberg TV. 

Oct 23, 2014
WWS in the News

WWS Assistant Professor Will Dobbie in Main Street. 

Oct 23, 2014
WWS in the News

Research by Professor and Director of WWS' Princeton Survey Research Center (SRC) Alan Krueger in CNBC. 

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